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Spurrier Disappointed that the AAF Folds

The Alliance of American Football suspended all operations on April 2, just eight weeks into the inaugural season. And with two weeks left in the opening season, it’s quite possible operations could be suspended indefinitely. While the shut down affects players across all eight teams in the AAF, it affects …

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AAF Folds Operations Before the End of the Season

The Alliance of American Football did not even complete its first season before closing up shop. Carolina Hurricanes owner Tom Dundon pledged a $250 million investment to the AAF. The billionaire hockey owner had to bring financial aid to the league in only the second game of the season. Dundon was …

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Spurrier, Apollos keep on winning

The Orlando Apollos, led by legendary head coach Steve Spurrier, defeated the Birmingham Iron 31-14 in week 5 to move to a perfect 5-0 in the inaugural season of the Alliance of American Football. Dynamic Offense The Apollos are the only undefeated team remaining in the league. Much of its …

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Tim Tebow Begins NY Mets Spring Training

Gator great and former Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow is back for another season of minor league baseball. Slowly but surely, Tebow is moving up the ranks. Tebow Invited to Mets Spring Training We’ve invited 13 additional players to Major League #SpringTraining. #Mets pic.twitter.com/p2jAYXTY7N — New York Mets (@Mets) January …

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Steve Spurrier Back in Action

The man who some consider the greatest college football coach of all time is back in the game. Steve Spurrier will be coaching the Orlando Apollos in the new Alliance of America Football (AAF) league. Bringing the Swamp to Orlando The Apollos kick off the AAF this Saturday against the …

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